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Rangers: Fans react to Steven Gerrard comments

Rangers: Fans react to Steven Gerrard comments - Rangers News

Glasgow Rangers fans are confused by comments from Steven Gerrard, who said that referees should be trusted to make big decisions.

The Gers have had a difficult time in regards to their relationship with the officials in recent weeks.

Firstly, Alfredo Morelos retrospectively received a three-game ban for stamping on Hibernian’s Ryan Porteous (BBC), while Kemar Roofe was hit with a two-game suspension after a poor challenge on St. Johnstone’s Murray Davidson.

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Gerrard and the Ibrox outfit called for consistency in decisions following the Morelos incident (The Daily Record), and now the boss has come out in defence of the referees, saying they should be trusted. The club’s supporters do not seem to agree – they clearly feel they have been on the end of some unfair officiating in recent weeks.

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The comments were shared on the club’s official Twitter account, and the fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about the comments from Gerrard below

“Trust them?”

Credit: @taylorscott72


Credit: @Bluebear721

“We can’t trust them”

Credit: @tmcvey077

“Is this a parody account”

Credit: @AyeReady_4444

“We can’t trust them though and recent performances show that. They need serious help or re coached because Scottish refereeing is abysmal, the coaching system obviously isn’t working.”

Credit: @ggh1992

“Call them out! Jump up and down, call it a government conspiracy, anti plastic….all the usual stuff Separate Entity FC do as it works every time…..”

Credit: @Naefearrfc

In other news, Brian Laudrup has urged this Premier League ace to move to Ibrox.

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